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If you’ve ever ridden the Buenos Aires Subte, then it’s likely that you have come in contact with one of the underground’s many vendedores ambulantes, or traveling salespeople, who work it. Whether you’ve ignored the tissues they’ve left

It takes a special kind of person to play an instrument in the Buenos Aires Subte. It’s not just about the talent which, by the way, overflows from the platforms and trains to the tune of dozens of diverse music …

November 20th, 2018 marks the first of four monthly increases in subway fares. Prices have gone up from AR $12.50 to AR $13.50, and will reach AR $16.50 in February. In the case of the PreMetro, the climb will be …

After improvements on other underground lines, Buenos Aires’ Subte D will finally be given a much-needed facelift thanks to a newly planned renovation. It forms part of a modernization plan on the underground network, with the aim of improving the …

Picture this: you’re late for work. You just *had* to get that café con leche on your way to the Subte (we don’t blame you) and now there is little time to spare. As you descend the escalator into the …

All subway lines are operating normally today, following the release of all 16 union members who were detained yesterday as a result of clashes with police forces. The union members, however, will continue to implement measures of force to give …

Subway fares were set to increase from AR $7.50 to $11 today and $12.50 come June, a 60 percent hike overall. However, Buenos Aires City judge Patricia López Vergara prevented it from happening, as last night she upheld an injunction …

The beginning of a new month is upon us and, just as the rest of the previous months this year, it comes with increases in the prices of public services. In this case, they will affect water bills and subway …

The Subterráneos de Buenos Aires company requested yesterday at a public hearing that subway fares increase to AR $11 in May and AR$ 12.50 in June, a price that would represent a 66 percent hike compared with the current fare, …

In a press conference held this morning at the Treasury Ministry, Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich announced the already expected increase in the fares of all means of public transportation operating in the City of Buenos Aires and the Greater Buenos …